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[Actual letter to leftist talk radio host Bill Press]

Dear Mr. Bill Press,

Today while I was scanning through channels on my new XM radio I came across your program on XM’s American Left Channel. You were discussing President Obama and Mexico’s President Felipe Calderon’s comments on Arizona’s law to enforce a pre-existing Federal Law. Your comments were how terrible this law was and that you were on the side of President Obama, President Calderon, and millions of illegal immigrants who are in this country now or seek to violate our laws by crossing our border improperly in the future. While I am certain that I am not your typical listener, being that there was no tinfoil on my head while I was listening to protect from my brain wave patterns from being read, I decided to call in to your show anyway.

Your phone screener who took my call and asked for my question seemed very friendly until I told him what I was calling about. My question was “Which part of the Arizona law, specifically, were you in fear would violate the Civil Rights of American Citizens who were not in violation of any law or engaging in suspicious activity which would cause Law Enforcement Professionals to stop the individual?” and “Have you read the ten (10) page law?” Your call screener informed me that you did not have time to take my question.

I must have lost signal while in discussion with your call screener and had to call back due to no longer being connected when I was asking why you would not take my call. I was immediately able to get through to the same screener again, which tells me that I was the only caller, and asked him why you would not take my the question.

He put me on hold for a minute then came back and said that you did not want to take the question. This can only lead me to believe that, much like Eric Holder, Janet Napolitano, President Obama, and everyone else on the President’s staff, you have not read the law of which you are not in favor. So, I am asking you now, are you not in favor or Arizona’s right as a state to empower its law enforcement professionals to enforce federal laws, or are you not in favor of the federal laws themselves? Would you actually prefer that people could come across our borders without any documentation, process, or paperwork? Do you support Illegal Immigration or do you think that people who break the law should have to face punishment for the laws that were broken?

If your car were struck by an illegal immigrant and you were told by your insurance company that you were responsible for the damages because the person who was actually at fault was not a U.S. citizen and therefore did not have insurance, driver’s license or valid address, may I suppose that you would not mind that the individual wouldn’t be held accountable for their actions and wouldn’t be sent back to their country of origin?

Mexico has much harsher Illegal Immigration laws than we do. For first offence the penalty is two years in prison. The second is about ten years. Do you favor Mexico’s Immigration laws? Are you in favor of the harsh penalty that is imposed? Do you support the rights of the Mexican Government to enforce laws within their own country? If you support the rights of the Mexican Government, why do you not support the right of a state to make laws that strengthen U.S. laws?

I understand that this was not a fair discussion. I brought intelligence along with a well thought-out argument. I’m citing actual facts and actually HAVE read the bill. I had hoped that even though you were unarmed in a battle of wits you would still find time to debate me on the air. Maybe others can call your show at 866-557-7377 and have more luck than I did about asking if you have read the ten page bill or not.

Perhaps it was an unfair question. I understand that to keep your job of Left Wing Radio Host you have to at least appear to be of the same intelligence as your listeners. Possibly it was the phrasing of the question that made it difficult to answer. Instead of Illegal Immigrant, maybe I should have used the phrase “Undocumented Democrat Voter”. Perhaps then you might have been able to answer. Perhaps one day we might stop being racist and unjust as a nation and stop the illegal practice of writing our laws in English, which not all of our residents understand. Or maybe we can commission all those artists, encouraged by Nancy Pelosi to quit their jobs and pursue their passion, to rewrite the laws of the U.S. in picture pages so everyone can understand them.

Jason Sanborn

From the soon to be former State of Texas

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